We're located in a subdivision called Timberland Acres just 8 miles outside of the town of Show Low off of Hwy.260. We have a number of lakes in the area as well as hiking trails. We're just an hour's drive or less from Petrified Forest NP in Holbrook and the Painted Desert. Fort Apache is an easy drive as well. The Grand Canyon is 3-4 hours away so it's a 2 day trip most likely. We're close to Sitgreaves National Forest on the Mogollon Rim, trails for quads and ATV riding in the area. Horses are welcome. We're in the tall pines/oak forest with cedar and juniper trees at 6300' elevation our summers are mild--we get snow in the winter, so best to check the weather.
No smoking, in summers when driving in the area be careful of dragging safety chains as sparks start fires.
We do have an enclosed fire pit that can be used--not exactly a fire ring. We have a dog-run that's fenced for dogs to be off leash.
Generators off by 10 p.m. is appreciated.
No rush to leave, we're retired, the patio, picnic table area can be used and enjoyed. Our dog may bark at you for a bit until she realizes you're okay to be there--we have a young dog, Peaches (the barker) and an older dog Maddie--both are in the house quite a bit or in and out.
State highway turn-off and then paved to the driveway which is cinders or gravel. Good access---but not a lot of maneuvering space, probably have to back in or out using driveways across the road from our house. Best for units under 30' probably due to turns--in the trees, but they will be trimmed.
We have a 1 acre lot with 3 driveways-- and the main drive in the middle has extra parking spaces. We have our 19' trailer in back, but an RV can park in front of that and is probably the best place for water hookup. We don't have a septic hookup, just power & water. Tow vehicle can also fit in that driveway or in our middle driveway.
Fool Hollow Lake, Rainbow Lake, Show Low Lake, numerous hiking trails, Petrified Forest, Painted Desert, Fort Apache, Hon-dah casino many other lakes, ponds and good birding areas.